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File:Salt lake city main street c1890 ug.jpg


The east side of Main Street (also known as East Temple Street) in Salt Lake City, Utah. The photo was taken in the 1890s by photographer Charles Roscoe Savage.

Date 1890s
Source Church History Library (PH 500)
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